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1962

Nancy Chinn B.A. is a multimedia artist who creates liturgical art from her base in Little River, California. Chinn has completed a set of 18 banners for the centennial celebration of the Washington National Cathedral. Images of the banners, based on paintings about the liturgical year, are available at herwebsite.

Donald Robertson B.S. retired from the federal government in December 1999 after nearly 38 years working for the Forest Service, Federal Highway Administration, and Coast Guard. He’s now consulting part time, teaching government contract management to federal employees. In his leisure time, he enjoys playing golf and traveling to see his granddaughters.

1963

Law School 45th Reunion Oct. 24-26, 2008

1964

Dave Shipley B.S., after teaching for 43 years in the Olympia (Washington) School District, retired in June 2007. He taught mostly social studies for the past 30-plus years at Capital High School in Olympia.

1965

David Sack B.S. and Jean Alexander Sack B.A. ‘67 returned to the States in August 2007 after eight years in Dhaka, Bangladesh, where he directed the International Center for Diarrheal Disease Research. They live near Baltimore, and he is a professor of international health at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.

1966

Betty Roberts J.D. was featured in the spring 2007 issue of Experience, the magazine of the Senior Lawyers Division of the American Bar Association, in an article titled “Justice Betty Roberts Honored by ABA Commission on Women.” Roberts was also featured in Women Lawyers Journal, a publication of the National Association of Women Lawyers.

1967

Bonnie Hirsch B.A., who earned her master’s degree in library science 10 years ago, works as a reference librarian at Eugene Public Library. She celebrated her 60th birthday by walking a marathon and has been walking a couple of half marathons a year since then. She was divorced in 2004 after 35 years of marriage and is doing well.

John McClelland B.A. is a retired newspaper feature writer and lives in his hometown of Longview, Washington.

Jean Alexander Sack B.A. returned to the States with husband David Sack B.S. ‘65 after eight years in Dhaka, Bangladesh; they live near Baltimore.

1968

Arts & Sciences 40th Reunion Oct. 2-5, 2008

Law School 40th Reunion Oct. 24-26, 2008

1969

David Grube B.A. founded Philomath Family Medicine with his medical school roommate, David Cutsforth, back in 1977. The two longtime business partners, graduates of the Oregon Health & Science University’s medical school, held an open house in October 2007 to celebrate 30 years providing medical services in the small Oregon town of Philomath.

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